PEELWA

 

PEELWA (Thikana)

 

VILLAGES: 4 REVENUE: 10,090Rs ACCESSION: xx
STATE: Jodhpur (Falodi pargana) DYNASTY: Rathore (Champawat clan) RELIGION: Hindu

 

PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: A
larger estate belonging to the Champawat Rathores (Bithaldasot branch,
Devisinhot sub-branch) in Falodi pargana, Jodhpur, consisting of 4
villages with a revenue of Rs.
10900, with single tazim. Estate holders were…

  • Thakur UDAIBHAN SINGH,
    Thakur of Peelwa 1708/1730, born in
    1662, son of
    Thakur Devi Das of Pali (later Kantalia, see Daspan),
    and his fifth wife, Thakurani Peer Kanwar; he safeguarded his family
    during the harsh times in Jodhpur, and when Maharaja Ajit Singh of
    Jodhpur succeeded to the gaddi, he granted him Peelwa with 5
    villages (revenue Rs. 10,900) in 1708; married 1stly, Thakurani Mool
    Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Tejmal of Bikampur, married 2ndly,
    Thakurani Roop Kanwar of Rindamor, married 3rdly, Thakurani Jas Kanwar
    of Sanwrau, and had issue, seven sons. He died in 1730.

    • Kunwar Mohkam Singh (by Thakurani Mool Kanwar)
    • Thakur Kishan Singh (by Thakurani Mool Kanwar), married
      and had issue.

      • Thakur Ratan Singh, he settled in Geejgarh in Jaipur
        with his
        cousin, and the rest of the family settled in Jhak in Godwar.
    • Kunwar Jait Singh (by Thakurani Mool Kanwar)
    • Kunwar Bhao Singh (by Thakurani Mool Kanwar)
    • Kunwar Zorawar Singh (by Thakurani Roop Kanwar)
    • Thakur Sahib Singh (by Thakurani Roop Kanwar) (qv)
    • Thakur Kishor Singh (by Thakurani Roop Kanwar), died 1741
      in the battle of Gangwana, as an ally of Maharaja
      Bakhat Singh of Jodhpur; married and had issue.

      • Thakur Sawai Singh, he was granted the estate of
        Meharwas (1 village, Rs.4000) in Nagore pargana, Jodhpur by Maharaja
        Bkahat Singh of Jodhpur in
        1751, married and had issue, one son. He died 1754 in the battle near
        Merta.

        • Thakur Bairisal, Thakur of Meharwas, married
          and had issue, three sons.

          • Kunwar Shoor Singh
          • Kunwar Kan Singh
          • Thakur Moti Singh, Thakur of Meharwas,
            married and had issue, four sons.

            • Kunwar Sawant Singh
            • Thakur Mohabbat Singh, Thakur of Meharwas,
              married and had issue, one son.

              • Thakur Shivnath Singh, Thakur of Meharwas.
            • Kunwar Mohan Singh
            • Kunwar Chatar Singh
  • Thakur SAHIB SINGH,
    Thakur of Peelwa 1730/1758, born 1697,
    he took part in
    the
    battle of Gangwana in 1741, and sided with Maharaja Bakhat Singh of
    Jodhpur in
    ensuing battles, married Thakurani Bhatianiji Sudarshan Kanwar, and had
    issue, three sons. He died 1758 at Pokhran.

    • Thakur Lal Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Kirti Singh
    • Thakur Shoor Singh (qv)
  • Thakur LAL SINGH,
    Thakur of Peelwa 1758/1762, born 1722, he
    sided with Thakur
    Devi
    Singh of Pokhran in opposition to Maharaja Vijai Singh of Jodhpur, as a
    result, his estate was confiscated and it was granted to his brother,
    Thakur Shoor Singh in 1762. He was granted an estate by Bharatpur State
    in 1765, later in
    1777, Maharaja Vijai Singh of Jodhpur, invited him to return, but as
    Peelwas was
    granted to his brother, he refused to take any other estate; married
    (amongst others), Thakurani Vijay Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Jogi
    Das of Bikampur, and had issue, five sons.

    • Thakur Chain Singh (by Thakurani Vijay Kanwar) (qv)
    • Kunwar Mah Karan
    • Kunwar Babhut Singh
    • Kunwar Durjan Singh
    • Kunwar Jalim
      Singh
  • Thakur SHOOR SINGH,
    Thakur of Peelwa 1762/1783, he was
    granted Peelwa, when
    it was confiscated from his brother, and after his death, the estate
    was equally divided between his descendants and those of his
    dispossessed elder brother, Thakur Lal Singh; married and had issue,
    five sons. He died 1783 in the battle of Umarkot.

    • Thakur Khinvkharan (see below, Pana 2)
    • Kunwar Himmat Singh
    • Kunwar Bhirat Singh
    • Kunwar Madho Singh
    • Kunwar Anand Singh

PANA I

  • Thakur CHAIN SINGH,
    Thakur of Peelwa (Pana 1) 1783/-, he
    was granted half the estate
    of Peelwa following the death of Thakur Shoor
    Singh in 1783; married Thakurani Amar Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Rao
    Hindu
    Singh of Pungal, and had issue, three sons.

    • Kunwar Hari Singh, died 1790 in the battle of Merta
    • Thakur Nawal Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Chhatar Singh
  • Thakur NAWAL SINGH,
    Thakur of Peelwa (Pana 1) -/1808,
    married and had issue. He died 1808 in
    the battle of Mundwa.

    • Thakur Aas Karan (qv)
    • Kunwar Kan Singh
    • Kunwar Gulab Singh
  • Thakur AAS KARAN,
    Thakur of Peelwa (Pana 1) 1808/-, married
    and had issue, two sons.

    • Thakur Megh Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Zorawar Singh
  • Thakur MEGH SINGH,
    Thakur of Peelwa (Pana 1), married and
    had issue, two sons.

    • Thakur Jawahar Singh (qv)
    • Kunwar Kesari Singh
  • Thakur JAWAHAR SINGH,
    Thakur of Peelwa (Pana 1)

PANA 2

  • Thakur KHINVKHARAN,
    Thakur of Peelwa (Pana 2) 1783/1816,
    born 1750, his half of the
    estate was
    granted to his cousin Thakur Chain Singh, he took part in the battle
    of Tunga in 1787, the battle of Merta in 1790, etc., married and had
    issue, one son and one
    daughter.

    • Thakur Madan Singh (qv)
  • Thakur MADAN SINGH,
    Thakur of Peelwa (Pana 2) 1816/1847,
    born 1778, married 1stly,
    Thakurani Amar Kanwar, daughter of Inda Thakur Roop Singh of Jadola,
    married 2ndly, Thakurani Chandra Kanwar,
    daughter of Bhati Thakur Jalim Singh of Badagaon, and had issue, six
    sons (all by the second wife).

    • Kunwar Ram Singh (by Thakurani Chandra Kanwar), died in
      his childhood.
    • Kunwar Ajit Singh (by Thakurani Chandra Kanwar), died in
      his childhood.
    • Kunwar Rawat
      Singh (by Thakurani Chandra Kanwar), married and had issue, one
      daughter. He died vp before 1847.

      • Baisa (name unknown), married in Ferawar Bhati
        of Gadiala in Bikaner, and had issue, two daughters.

        • Baisa (name unknown), married Maharaja
          Ram Singhji II of Jaipur (the marriage
          was arranged by Thakur Fateh Singh
          of Naila).
        • Baisa (name unknown), married Rao Raja
          Madho Singhji of Sikar (the marriage was
          arranged by Thakur Fateh Singh
          of Naila).
    • Thakur Jeevraj Singh (by Thakurani Chandra Kanwar)
    • Kunwar Than Singh (by Thakurani Chandra Kanwar)
    • Kunwar Jagmal
      Singh (by Thakurani Chandra Kanwar)
  • Thakur JEEVRAJ SINGH,
    Thakur of Peelwa (Pana 2) 1847/1853,
    born 6th September 1799, he
    was a confidant of
    Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur; married (as his only wife),
    Thakurani
    Amrit Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Nathu Singh of Banna-ka-Bas, and
    had issue, four sons. He died 9th October
    1853.

    • Thakur Abhai Singh (see below)
    • Thakur Shambhu Singh, he was granted the estate of Gondher in Jaipur in 1873.
    • Thakur Zorawar Singh, he was granted the estate of Kanota in Jaipur in 1873.
    • Thakur Fateh Singh, he was granted the estate of Naila in Jaipur in 1873.
  • Thakur ABHAI SINGH,
    Thakur of Peelwa (Pana 2) 1853/1885 ,
    born 13th January 1818 ,
    married 1stly
    Thakurani
    Daulat Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Dhanraj of Kamti, married
    2ndly, Thakurani Chiman Kanwar, daughter of Bhati Thakur Suraj Mal of
    Sivki, and had
    issue, five sons. He
    died 13th November 1885.

    • Thakur Sultan Singh (by Thakurani
      Daulat Kanwar) (qv)
    • Thakur Jawahar Singh (by Thakurani Chiman Kanwar), born
      23rd August
      1863, married a
      daughter
      of the Bhati Thakur of Siddha and had issue, two sons. He died 31st
      July 1932.

      • Thakur Indra Singh (qv)
      • Thakur Bhur Singh, born 28th November 1886, married a
        Nathawat lady of
        Mohaswas, and had issue, four sons and three daughters. He died 24th
        November 1950.

        • Col. Thakur Gulab Singh, born 1912, married and had
          issue.

          • Thakur Vijay Singh
        • Maj. Thakur Manohar Singh, born 1919.
        • Thakur Umaid Singh, born 1923, married and had issue.
          He died 2003.

          • Thakur Surya Pratap Singh, born 1961, married
            Thakurani Suman Kumari of Bhadwa, and has issue.

            • Kanwar Dhananjay Singh, born 1989.
            • Kanwar Abhijay Singh, born 1993.
        • Thakur Karan Singh, born 1930, married and has issue.
          • Kanwarani Anjali Singh, married Kanwar Brijraj
            Singh of Dhamotar, and has issue.
        • Baisa Hukam Kanwar, married Kumbhani Thakur Shiv
          Kalyan Singh of Banskhoh in
          Jaipur.
        • Baisa Sumer Kanwar, married Naruka Thakur Sher Singh
          of Kheda.
        • Baisa Braj
          Kanwar, married Rajawat Thakur Mohan Singh of Bhartala.
    • Kunwar Jai Singh (by Thakurani Chiman Kanwar), died young.
    • Thakur Mehtab Singh (by Thakurani Chiman Kanwar), born
      10th March 1865,
      married a
      daughter
      of the Bhati Thakur of Siddha, and had issue, one son and two
      daughters. He died 29th November
      1913.

      • Baisa Sireh Kanwar, married to a Bhati Thakur of
        Madhogarh.
      • Baisa Basant Kanwar, born about 1892, married 1905,
        Thakur Prem Singh of Danta in
        Jaipur.
      • Kanwar Kalu Singh, died young.
  • Thakur SULTAN SINGH,
    Thakur of Peelwa (Pana 2) 1885/1910 ,
    born 23rd February 1847,
    married 1stly a daughter of the Bhati Thakur of Siddha, 2ndly a
    Bhati
    lady of Bairda-ka-Bas, and had issue, one son (died young) and four
    daughters,
    he adopted his nephew as his successor. He died 30th
    October
    1910.

    • Rani Indra Kanwar, married (as his second wife), Raja
      Hamir Singhji of Khandela-Senior,
      and had issue.
    • Rani Phool Kanwar, married Bhati Maharaj Sultan Singh of
      Nachana in Jaisalmer.
    • Thakurani Hawa Kanwar, married Bhati Thakur Girdhari
      Singh of Bikamkor.
    • Rani Anop Kanwar, born 1897, married 1912, Rawat Narayan
      Singh of Bohera,
      and had issue.
  • Thakur INDRA SINGH,
    Thakur of Peelwa (Pana 2) 1910/1942,
    born 11th May 1884, he
    succeeded by adoption in 1910, educated
    at Jaipur
    and
    Mayo College, Ajmer; married 1stly, a Shekhawat lady of Singhason,
    married 2ndly,
    a Tanwar lady of Kailawa-Jodhpur, and had issue, two sons and two
    daughters. He died 19th April
    1942.

    • Thakur Madhav Singh (qv)
    • Thakur Gopal Singh (qv)
    • Baisa Vijay Kanwar, born 1916, married Chauhan Thakur
      Sangram Singh of Sankhwas.
    • Baisa Saiyar Kanwar [Thakurani Sair Kanwar of Mundota],
      born 1920, married Nathawat Lt. Col.
      Thakur Laxman Singh of Mundota, and
      had
      issue.
  • Thakur MADHAV SINGH,
    Thakur of Peelwa (Pana 2) 1942/1964,
    born 1914, he served in the
    Rajasthan administration as RAS; married a daughter of Khichi Thakur
    Madho Singh of Indroka. He died sp
    1964.
  • Thakur GOPAL SINGH,
    Thakur of Peelwa (Pana 2) 1964/-, born
    1922, a single Tazimi Sirayat of
    Jodhpur, Thakur Saheb of Peelwa since 1964, married Thakurani
    Bhatianiji of Kamta, and has issue, three sons and one daughter.

    • Kanwar Kishore Singh, born 1944.
    • Kanwar Kishan Singh, born 1945.
    • Kanwar Hari Singh, born 1951, died 1973.
    • Baisa Shobha Kanwar, married Jhala Thakur Prithvi Singh
      of Kunadi in
      Kotah.

OTHER MEMBERS:

  • Thakur Dr. Mahendra Singh, married Baisa Pratima Kumari,
    daughter of Maharaj Sajjan Singh of Bansi,
    and his wife, Rani
    Nirbhay Kunwar.

 

 

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